Visual Studio Code Extension This Visual Studio Code extension adds the option to directly start and restart the PowerBI Visual tools (pbiviz []) for developing Power BI Custom Visuals. Features Add 'build-in' support for pbiviz in Visual Studio Code. * Ctrl+F8: Start pbiviz and load the Power BI Custom Visual * Crtl+Shift+F8: Restart pbiviz and reload the new Power BI Custom Visual code * Ctrl+F9: Stop pbiviz History 0.0.5 (December 5, 201
Introduction Power BI has the ability to import custom visuals and use them in your reports and dashboards. This is a great option to extent the visual capabilities of Power BI without waiting before Microsoft is adding that visual capability. Even Microsoft has created a gallery of 'approved' visuals to be used with Power BI. First there visuals were uploaded and stored within the report, but this has recently changed with the introduction of the Azure CDN capabilities. Azure CDN Azure CDN [ht
Recently I ran out of Azure credits before the new billing month was started. The result: Azure automatically disables the account and none of my resources were available. Next question was: how can I use Power BI to keep track of my credits? Can I Power BI help me in managing my Azure credits? Azure Management API With [] there is a content pack related to Azure, but it creates an operational dashboard and there are no spending reported. So I had to create it mys
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